A Raft is a Skateboard that Walks on Water.
Prepare for a truly unique slick-sliding experience — the Halfpipe. This classic shape will be familiar to skate fans all over the world. Literally, it just means a giant open pipe that’s been sawed in half. The purpose is speed, height, airtime, and fun.
With walls this steep and slippery, you’ll be able to put all those hours learning to ride a skateboard to good use. And if you’ve never tried to ride a skateboard, then just let the raft do all the work.
Once you load onto a special puffy long raft built for two, you’ll plunge over the edge into a vast U-shaped half pipe. But no skater ever tried a trick like this. This half pipe is ridiculously tall, and you’ll be rushing down — and up — its four-story walls at 23 miles per hour, along with countless gallons of blasting water, of course.
That feeling you’ll get in your belly on the first ultra-swift fall and rise are more like what you’d expect on one of the mega roller coasters next door. But a straight drop is a straight drop, whether you’re wet or not!
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